life in

FULL-SPECTRUM COLOR

As a musician, artist, contemplative, theologian, and cultural explorer, I find a strange joy in grappling with the larger questions about life and existence. To me, this is the heart and soul of communications — exploring the dynamics of what it means to be human, how we connect and relate with one another, how we cultivate love and growth, and how we perceive ourselves in relation to the wider universe or the Divine. My reflections here are an attempt to capture moments of life — through a canvas of words, songs, images, and reflections — that I hope bring a deeper meaning into focus.

WHAT WOULD IT MEAN TO LIVE LIFE IN FULL-SPECTRUM COLOR, BRINGING ALL OF OUR SENSES TO THIS MOMENT?

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MUSINGS

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Each day, when morning breaks, I peer out my bedroom window and my mood immediately rises to match the weather outside. Gray and foggy? So am I. Sunshine starting to peer over the horizon? It’s going to be a bold, bright day for me too. When the weather is in-between or switches too quickly between moods, I’m guaranteed to be a bit out of sorts.

April 28, 2022

Inside Weather

Silver clouds against a blue sky hovering above a red barn roof with wildflowers in the foreground.

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If I could summarize the first month of 2022 in one word or phrase, it would be becoming…The ellipses are very important here. I know there is more to follow. 2022 came in almost like a nesting mole burrowing its way forward into my sphere of awareness.

January 29, 2022

A Year of Ellipses…

Air plant, small imprinted coin that says tomorrow, three small pebbles

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It’s been a few days since my husband and I returned from a brief retreat at Esalen. It was, in a word, awesome. I don’t use that word frivolously here. Our weekend at Esalen was literally about awe — the science of it, the proximity of it in our daily lives, the way it surrounded us over the course of two days.

November 11, 2021

Experiencing Awe at Esalen

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Five years ago, I left my place of steady employment and took a leap into the “wild unknown” of the consulting world. It was a big leap for me. And yet, there was something so invigorating about hanging out my shingle, my “open for business” sign, and seeing who might come calling.

September 29, 2021

How We Spend Our Days

an open book on a wooden deck merges seamlessly with the lake in the background and a sunset sky